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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Today's soup was beef broth, yesterday it was pea and ham Specially produced for folk like me who don't want to spend their leisure time dicking around with ingredients...
    So what's Anita's excuse then, when she's in the house all day watching Loose Women and dreaming of hunky men - can't she use a pot and a cooker?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    So what's Anita's excuse then, when she's in the house all day watching Loose Women and dreaming of hunky men - can't she use a pot and a cooker?



    Marco.
    She's busy minding her own business, how about you?

    Seriously she already has plenty to do chasing after her two useless grown up(!) kids, her equally useless dad, and dealing with every other aspect of running the house (cooking, cleaning, washing, ironing etc keeping on top of bills and keeping the car, van and bikes legal), you know what's involved here, and you manage it without often debilitating health problems. Providing Ste with homemade soup is pretty low on the list of priorities, and I'm happy for it to remain there
    Pining for the fjords? What kind of talk is that? And why did he fall flat on his back the minute I got him home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    She's busy minding her own business, how about you?

    Seriously she already has plenty to do chasing after her two useless grown up(!) kids, her equally useless dad, and dealing with every other aspect of running the house (cooking, cleaning, washing, ironing etc keeping on top of bills and keeping the car, van and bikes legal), you know what's involved here, and you manage it without often debilitating health problems. Providing Ste with homemade soup is pretty low on the list of priorities, and I'm happy for it to remain there
    I think you need to remind her there's another grown up kid who needs some attention too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    ... grown up ...
    Grown up? Have you met Steve?

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    Is it National Pony Panning day again already? It comes round so quick She looks after me alright, but her chasing round after the other no-hopers that does my head in. This is what wears her down, but I've all but given up nagging her about it. For their sakes I'd better peg it before Anita, otherwise they're in for a rude wake up
    Pining for the fjords? What kind of talk is that? And why did he fall flat on his back the minute I got him home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Is it National Pony Panning day again already?
    Wossat when it's at home?

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    Kick them out. That will brighten up their ideas.. Trust me..
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    Sorry, no idea what you two are talking about!

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    Why is it that when my partner cooks it looks like a bomb has exploded in the kitchen and virtually every pot, pan and kitchen utensil used, whereas when I cook, I keep everything neat and tidy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Why is it that when my partner cooks it looks like a bomb has exploded in the kitchen and virtually every pot, pan and kitchen utensil used, whereas when I cook, I keep everything neat and tidy?
    That's one of the reasons why I always do the cooking! Even making a cup of tea the kitchen looks like it has bee napalmed!
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